In USTA Jr. Team Tennis, the team concept emphasizes fun, fitness and friends. The focus in this kind of play is on enjoying the exhilaration of exercise and refining the skills that make tennis fun for players at all ages and levels of competition. USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a multi-week program of team practice and match play for boys and girls, ages 6 to 18. Teams are comprised of players of similar age and skill, and they compete against other teams from the same geographic region in one of five league divisions: 8 & under, 10 & under, 12 & under, 14 & under or 18 & under. More information is available at http://jrteamtennis.usta.com.
Increase participation and revenue in your tennis programs with the best on-court training available - the Recreational Coach Workshop (RCW) and the QuickStart Tennis Workshop (QSTW). Both workshops are interactive, on-court training programs.
These workshops are an excellent primer for new coaches, as well as a valuable refresher course for those with teaching experience but who seek more current methods and effective tools. Faculty are all certified by the Professional Tennis Registry and/or U.S. Professional Tennis Association and have received special training from the USTA. Workshops must have a minimum of 20 participants. You don't have 20 participants in your community? Consider inviting coaches from surrounding communities, or co-host the RCW with another agency. If your organization is interested in hosting one of these workshops, please visit www.usta.com/rcw
USTA League Tennis:
USTA League Tennis is the country’s largest recreational adult league, helping more than 325,000 players nationwide get on the court and have a good time. The USTA also sanctions national tournaments each year for junior and adult/senior players who strive for a national ranking. See the Tournaments & Leagues section of the USTA website for details and to get involved. Learn how at www.usta.com/league
NJTL is a nationwide network of community organizations seeking to develop the character of young people through tennis and education. Founded in 1969 by Arthur Ashe, Charlie Pasarell and Sheridan Snyder, NJTL reaches out to those who would not have the opportunity to play, instilling the values of leadership and academic excellence and giving all kids the opportunity to develop skills for a lifetime of enjoyment for the sport. To learn more about NJTL, visit www.usta.com/njtl